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Living Systems. What are all living things made of?. Cells. What is the smallest part of a living thing that can carry out all life processes called?. Cell. Where do cells come from?. Other cells. What are the parts of an animal cell?. Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Vacuole, Cell Membrane.

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Living Systems


What are all living things made of?


Cells


What is the smallest part of a living thing that can carry out all life processes called?


Cell


Where do cells come from?


Other cells


What are the parts of an animal cell?


Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Vacuole, Cell Membrane


What are the parts of a plant cell?


Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Vacuole, Cell Membrane, Cell Wall, Chloroplast


What shape do plant cells tend to be?


Rectangular


What shape do animal cells tend to be?


Spherical or irregular


What is the name given to the five groups that living things are categorized as?


Kingdoms


What are the 5 kingdoms?


Monera, Protist, Fungi, Plants, Animals


Which types of plants have stems, roots, and leaves with tube-like structures that carry food and water?


Vascular


What carries the food and water from the roots to the leaves in vascular plants?


Xylem


What carries food from the leaves to the other parts of the vascular plant?


Phloem


Name some vascular plants.


Flowers, trees, ferns, grasses, bushes


What makes nonvascular plants different from vascular plants?


They don’t have specialized parts


What type of plants are most of them?


Vascular


Which type of animal has a backbone?


Vertebrates


What type of animal does not have a backbone?


Invertebrates


How can vertebrates be classified?


Birds, Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals


How can invertebrates be classified?


Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, Echinoderms, Arthropods


Which type of invertebrate is stinging-celled?


Cnidarian


Which type of invertebrate is a worm?


Annelid


Which type of invertebrate is soft-bodied?


Mollusk


Which type of invertebrate is spiny-skinned?


Echinoderm


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